Saturday, July 9, 2016

Wednesday 6th July 2016

SHE SAID:

Victoria here we come!

We were on the road by about 9.45am. The rain was down to a drizzle, & then disappeared by the time we left the ACT.
With stops at Gundagai & Holbrook for morning tea & lunch, we rolled into the quaint old village of Chiltern around 3pm. As I suspected, there was no need to book at the Lake Anderson Caravan Park. We were the only transiting visitors. There are a few permanents but the we had the pick of the drive-thru' spots.
 
We were set up quickly & had a quiet afternoon, enjoying being back in Bertie again.

We found this sad looking fella near the submarine at Holbrook.
Geoff moved it (him/her?) to the flowing water, & we realised it
only had 3 legs. It is a Giant Banjo Frog

After heavy clouds all day, the sun shone through right at sunset!
HE SAID:

After 400km our GPS decided to muck us around at the last minute and not take us to the van park. Varena over-rode it and corrected our route to the van park quickly, but really? These things are as much a curse as a blessing.

The burning car on the side of the highway was interesting. And it was a P plater. How do you ring your parents and say that the car is on fire?

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